all elictrecal stuff has to be conected to the earth through the earth line if not it will cause irretic feeling when touch due to accumelated static charge
Refrigerators are not magnets. Refrigerators have magnets in some of the components. They are also magnetic, but this does not make them a magnet.
Increase sealing efficiency.
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who manufactures kenmore top freezer refrigerators
There are small things inside that makes it magnetic
Refrigerators are made of steel, which is mostly iron, and iron is magnetic.
Refrigerators are usually made from iron, which is magnetic. As for the part it would be the refrigerators door or outer casing.
Explosion proof refrigerators are manufactured encased in steel. Their cabinet interiors are sparkproof with a non sparking magnetic door gasket with foam in place.
Whirlpool licensed the RCA name and marketed RCA Whirlpool refrigerators from the late 1950s through the early 1990s. RCA Refrigerators are not longer manufactured.
Magnets are perfectly safe on refrigerators. They're made to go on them, and the magnetic pull is not enough to affect the machine. Mine have always covered my refrigerators with no problem!
Amana is the name of the company.
Electrolux currently owns Fridgidair
All the major brands of appliances make refrigerators in various sizes. Samsung, Maytag, Kitchen Aide, Frigidaire and many more make refrigerators to fit 67x33x25.
Admiral refrigerators are made by the Whirlpool Corporation. Before it was taken over by Whirlpool, Admiral appliances were made by Maytag Corporation.
It's not the material it's whats in iron and cobalt makes materials magnetic
The French door refrigerators are basically a different design. They typically have the side-by-side doors and a drawer at the bottom for extra storage space.
The different strengths of a magnet are determined by the magnetic fluids it produces. The strengths of a magnet are seen in motors, refrigerators and dynamos.
There are many refrigerators these days (especially stainless steel ones) which are not magnetic. That might be the source of your problem.
I was told by a veteran Sears representative that LG now makes all of the Kenmore refrigerators..